Kentucky's role in the War of 1812 is celebrated in this patriotic 30-minute musical production focusing on Kentuckians during the war. Performed by students of the Youth Performing Arts School, the show tells the story from the perspectives of Henry Clay, US Speaker of the House and diplomat; Governor and militia leader Isaac Shelby; and two couples who stood on opposing sides - one, pioneer, the other, Shawnee.
$5, $3 for Friends of Locust Grove. Coffee and dessert served.
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